Welcome to the Charities section.
What is the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)? The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), is one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. They recognise everyone’s unique experience of sight loss and offer help and support for blind and partially sighted […]
Adapt Domestic Abuse Prevention Training The Jersey Probation and After Care Service delivers a programme called Adapt (Adapt Domestic Abuse Prevention Training) for those who would like to stop their abusive behaviour towards a partner. The ADAPT programme is based on the Duluth model of power and control. It consists of five modules of six sessions […]
Who are JEDS? JEDS stands for Jersey Eating Disorders Support which is a registered local Jersey Charity providing support for those affected by eating disorders and their families and friends. JEDS was set up over 30 years ago and became a registered charity in 1998. The aim of the charity is to provide a safe […]
What is Maison des Landes? The Lions Club of Jersey arranges free holidays at Maison Des Landes Hotel each year for guests with disabilities and their companions. The holidays are one week in duration and are for Jersey residents who cannot afford to go away on holiday. Day-trips are arranged for those who wish to […]
Meals on Wheels Hot meals of two courses are available four days a week from Tuesday to Friday. Referrals are usually received from family GP or Family Nursing and Home Care but clients can contact the Coordinator direct. Cost: £3.00 per meal. Organising Secretary Le Vieux Magasin La Rue de la Piece Mauger Trinity JE3 […]
What is My Voice? My Voice Jersey provides in-patient and community mental health and capacity advocacy for the people of Jersey. Who is it for? This service provides specialist Independent Mental Health advocacy for: Anyone under assessment or treatment for a psychiatric illness Patients detained in hospital Anyone being treated under the Mental Health Law […]